In honor of Mother's Day and Father's Day - YOU MIGHT BE A DOG MOM (OR DOG DAD) IF... • ”Disguises mud” has ever factored into the purchase of any of your home furnishings • You discover that the uncomfortable lump in the bed is a marrow bone and it doesn't faze you • There are more leashes [...]
Has your dream of getting your kids a puppy turned into a nipping nightmare? If your puppy is constantly jumping on your kids and pulling at their clothes, chances are she is trying to engage in play with your children the same way she would with another puppy. Puppies sometimes treat kids like littermates, so [...]
Pooch bouncing off the walls because you haven’t been able to go on a long walk? When the weather is bad and you can't give your dog the physical exercise he needs, mental exercise can be just as tiring. You can burn off your canine's energy indoors by playing the Search game. It gets your [...]
One of the most common things dog owners ask for help with is counter surfing. You’re not alone if you’re already familiar with it! The upward-turned, sniffing nose going along the edge of the kitchen counter waiting for you to turn your back, or worse, paws up on the counter gobbling down food when you’re cooking or [...]
We’re really excited to launch our new Therapy Dog Class in February! Taking and passing this class is the first step for your pet to become a certified Therapy Dog. Many folks have asked what being Therapy Dog means. It's important to know the differences between a Service Dog, an Emotional Support Dog and a [...]
The holidays are a time for visiting with friends and family, but your dog might not love the out-of-the-ordinary excitement. Watch for signs that your dog might be getting overwhelmed by guests and use the tips below to keep him and your visitors comfortable, safe and happy. Signals Your Dog is Stressed by Holiday Guests Here are [...]
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